So yesterday I found the launch page for this 'new' form of web radio, New Normal Music. It was launched last night/this morning at midnight, so I haven't had a lot of time to listen to it, but it seems like a neat idea.
They are opening their website by playing 50,000 songs in a row, after that it doesn't mention. They also make a big deal about being able to call in requests from anywhere in the world. I don't know how efficient that may be, but it's kind of a nifty idea. Of course, you would have to know if the song you want is 12 months old or not, and I assume they don't have a limitless collection, but still kind of cool.
So far, from what I've heard played, it seems to be based towards the alternative and indie crowds. A lot of Beatle-esq sounding bands, or otherwise light and fluffy music. So not really my scene, but in 50,000 the styles might change. I'm going to be checking in to see how it goes over the next few days. So for the next 100+ days (50k songs at 4 minutes a song come to over 138 days) check out the flow of the newest web radio (even though it says it isn't radio) station out there: New Normal Music.